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[ARCHIVED] BOS Weekly Update - March 15, 2018

The original item was published from March 14, 2018 9:09 AM to March 14, 2018 9:13 AM


BOS WEEKLY UPDATE – March 15, 2018

Tuck's Point Rotunda:
The storm damage to the Rotunda has rendered the structure unsafe.  Efforts are underway to develop a strategy to repair it in time for warmer weather. In the meantime, please stay off it.

Selectmen Meeting Schedule: Our meeting schedule has been altered in order to benefit front he discussions that will take place at the Planning Board's Public Hearing on the two proposed zoning regulations pertaining to marijuana establishments set for Monday, March 26 at 7PM at Town Hall.  The Selectmen will hold a brief meeting on 3/19 at 5:30PM to sign paperwork for previously approved bonds and then again on Tuesday, March 27 at 6:30PM with a focus on finalizing positions on the three different marijuana articles that will be debated at the Annual Town Meeting.

Climate Change Vulnerability Workshops: A public workshop to review our most vulnerable areas to flooding and storm surge and strategies we should pursue to better protect ourselves from the impacts of climate change will be held at two different times: Saturday, 3/24, 8 AM and Tuesday 3/27, 6PM, both at the Community Center.  The first half hour is for signing in and enjoying food and beverages.  From more detailed information contact Mary Riley in the Conservation Commission Office.

Volunteer and Employee of the Year Nominations: Let us know who you feel deserves to be this year's recipient of these two awards.  Drop off your nominations with reasons why at the Selectmen's Office at Town Hall

Annual Town Meeting: The Warrant is now posted on the Town's web site and hard copies are available at Town Hall. The Annual Reports and the Finance Committee's Town Meeting booklet with the warrant articles and recommendations will be delivered to all households a week prior to the April 2 Town Meeting scheduled for 7PM at the Memorial Elementary School Gymnasium.

Annual Elections Set for May 15th: Candidate filing deadline is March 27-details are available at the Town Clerk's Office.  The ballot will include candidates for Selectmen, the Housing Authority, Library Trustee, Moderator, Planning Board (3 positions) and the School Committee.  We encourage you to get involved!

Trash, Recycling, and Compost pick up: Regular Monday and Tuesday pick-ups

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